The History and Documentation of Slave Housing in Virginia

Thank you to all the participants who made Historic Richmond’s presentation, “The History and Documentation of Slave Housing in Virginia” such a success. We were…

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Quoit Club: VA War Memorial

Thursday, July 15, 2021 6:00 p.m. Members Only Tour | Click Here to buy a membership During World War II, nearly 10,000 Virginians made the…

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Quoit Club | Jackson Ward Cemeteries

Join us for a members only walking tour of the proposed Shockoe Hill Burying Ground Historic District in Jackson Ward, featuring Shockoe Hill Cemetery, Hebrew…

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Historic Garden Day

The heart of Richmond’s first Old & Historic District, St. John’s Church (1741) was the first church built in the city, and is notable as…

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Ingredients for Success: People, Places & Preservation

Click here to watch now! A look at several of Richmond’s most important historic preservation projects from landmark civic structures to its most humble neighborhoods.…

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Preservation and Sustainability

Click Here To Watch Now! Join us for a discussion with Quinn Evans Architects and the University of Richmond about the tie between preservation and…

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Virtual Trivia Night

Grab a drink and a laptop and join Historic Richmond’s Junior Board for a virtual trivia night on Thursday, August 6 at 7p.m.! Tickets are…

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Postponed! This Old House: A DIY Guide to Researching your Historic Home

FREE VIRTUAL LECTURE Watch now! Live on your favorite computer or device! Little is known of the early history of Brookbury Farm, an antebellum agricultural…

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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Preservation of Post-War Modernism

FREE VIRTUAL LECTURE Thursday, May 14, 2020 at 6:00 pm Live on your favorite computer or device! From Brutalist municipal buildings in the city center…

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